CALDY were disappointing in their National Two North campaign after they were beaten 36-0 by Sedgley Tigers.
Caldy possibly had more possession and territory in the first half but it was still the Tigers who managed to go in to a half time 12-0 ahead.
Caldy spurned their chances when they got close to the Tigers’ line and good defence by the home side saw them escape danger on every occasion.
Sedgley scored their first points on 14 minutes when a good break saw them get into the Caldy 22 and then the forwards showed their worth as prop Ben Black drove over from close range and after consultation with the touch judge the referee awarded the try.
Five minutes later, Sedgley increased their lead after fly half Collins skipped through a hole in the Caldy defence to score under the post and then converted his own try.
On the stroke of half time Andrew Soutar appeared to be harshly given a yellow card for leaving the line too early.
Caldy were dominated by the home side in the second half as the power and bulk of the Tigers side finally took its toll.
On 46 minutes, centre Matt Riley cut inside and evaded two tacklers before scoring close to the posts.
Collins converted and then kicked a penalty on 49 minutes to leave the score 22-0 to the home side.
On 60 minutes, full back Rob Holloway scored out wide and a further try from back rower Bishop sealed the win with Collins kicking both goals.
Caldy will be looking to bounce straight back this coming weekend when they face Chester at home (kick off 3pm).